Derin Sevenler

Email: [my first name]@bu.edu

Boston University Photonics Center
8 Saint Mary's Street Room 833
Boston, MA 02215

I'm a postdoc in the Optical Characterization & Nanophotonics Lab at Boston University. My current research is focused on designing new molecular diagnostic technologies using principles from nano-optics, and applying them to address today's challenges in cancer and infectious disease.

Education

Publications

Citation information is probably most accurate on Google Scholar.

Links to online software

Simulations of light scattering

IRIS Processing is a MATLAB utility for making high-throughput measurements with IRIS, a label-free biosensing technology. It's described in this paper. If you're interested in IRIS Processing or wave optics in general, you might also be interested in this interactive implementation of the reflectance of thin films.

SP-IRIS-BEM is a collection of MATLAB functions for simulating single-nanoparticles imaged with IRIS, using the excellent Metallic Nanoparticle Boundary Element Method (MNPBEM) toolbox developed by others. It's described in this paper.

Device Adapters for Micro-Manager

Micro-manager is an open-source software toolkit for controlling scientific microscopes. The below hardware adapters aren't part of the core micro-manager project but they are all BSD licensed, so feel free to use & improve them if they'll help your microscopy application: